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Spectacular FUN Auction Highlights

By Mike Fuljenz Heritage Auctions announced that its January numismatic auctions surpassed $71 million in sales. A beautiful and finest-known 1885 Trade dollar, PR-66 NGC, brought...

It’s News to Me: Curate vs. Conserve; Penny vs. Cent

By Donn Pearlman A reader cordially disagreed with my use of the word “curated” in the November 2018 edition of COINage. The column, headlined “Curated,...

Market Report: Discontinue the Cent

President Trump wants each U.S. department to cut five percent in costs. Everyone has an idea for cutting small amounts, but we have to think bigger to make a dent in a public debt that is $21 trillion and growing by about $1 trillion each year. When it comes to the U.S. Mint and Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP), I have made the most cost-effective suggestion many times over the last five years: Kill the penny!

The Draped Bust Cent 1796-1807

By R.W. Julian There are those today who buy gold and silver bullion as an investment even though the outlook is sometimes volatile. Rare collector...

Don’t Let Market Cycles Take You for a Ride

Each new year usually is a time of optimistic anticipation. It’s viewed by many as a fresh start to personal lives and for some hobbyists and dealers, also a fresh start for the rare coin market.

Issue Highlights: January 2019

COINage: January 2019 • Gold at $5,000 an Ounce: Imagining a Soaring Yellow Metal in 2019 • 2019 and the New world Coin Order: Forecasts for...